• 4:31

    Blackout Shade Installation for Upgraded Window Treatments

    In this step-by-step video lesson, RV repair and maintenance expert Dave Solberg walks you through a demonstration blackout shade installation. He completes the demo on a 2003 Winnebago Brave, which was in need of some updated window treatments as an alternative to its old pleated blinds. Many RVers nowadays are turning to blinds and shades…

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  • 40:19

    Restringing Pleated Day/Night Shades

    As RV day/night shades age, the strings that retract and extend the pleated shade often get a little wonky. This can make a broken or frayed shade difficult to manage and keep in the up position. Although your shade seems to be destined for a replacement, it’s not a lost cause if you don’t mind…

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  • 20:34

    RV Window Replacement and Resealing

    On many RV models, tip-out windows that utilize single- or double-pane systems can trap humidity when the seal breaks down and allows moisture to creep in. This is a relatively easy issue to fix, but it’s a two-man job that requires a bit of finesse and a few precautions. In this expert video lesson, RV…

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  • 0:40

    Flipping Your RV Door: A Word of Caution

    We’ve received numerous messages from RV Repair Club members asking if it’s possible to turn around their RV door so that it swings inward rather than outward. The urge is understand, and while it is possible on some vehicles to flip the hinges and change the direction the door swings, RV maintenance expert Dave Solberg…

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  • 6:36

    Repairing an RV Door: Rot and Alignment Issues

    The most common issues our Members encounter with their vehicle’s exterior doors are misalignment and rotting. We’ve received numerous questions about these two problems, so we wanted to take a few minutes to show you how to diagnose a damaged or improperly aligned RV door. In this quick lesson, RV maintenance expert Dave Solberg and…

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  • 1:39

    RV Slide-Out Stuck: Motor Runs But Room Stays Put

    RV appliances and upgrades malfunction all the time, but if you know the proper course of action when they do, you can avoid unwanted headaches while you’re out on the road. This is certainly true of a faulty RV slide out. Stuck gears, loose cables and improper connections can cause a slide-out to extend and…

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  • RV Keyless Door Lock
    13:08

    Installing an RV Keyless Door Lock for Easier Access

    Keys are so last year! Depending on the number of people you bring along on your RV trip, you might need to make more than a handful of keys so everyone has access to the front door. This method can be costly, time consuming and just plain annoying, so we have a better way to…

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  • 6:29

    Keeping Rain Off Your RV Windshield

    Keeping a clear view of the road during a rainstorm is a challenge many owners face. The biggest problem is the RV windshield wipers do not cover the entire window, making it difficult to see when heavy rains are coming down. There are many aftermarket products that can be used to help repel rain from…

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  • Helpful tips for your RV windshield wipers
    2:50

    Helpful Tips for Your RV Windshield Wipers

    It is important to take time each year to go over your entire windshield, including the RV windshield wipers. Over time the wipers can become damaged and detached from the wiper assembly, causing visibility issues and other problems which could scratch or damage the windshield. RV windshield wipers can become damaged from driving in the…

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